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Windows Vista released to programmers
Windows Vista released to programmers
Microsoft released the first major test version of the Windows Vista operating system on Wednesday, giving a limited number of programmers and...
Microsoft tests automated PC tune-up service
Microsoft tests automated PC tune-up service
Microsoft is rolling out a test version of an all-in-one subscription service that will give computer users automated security updates, back up...
Gates says new technology will be key to growth
Gates says new technology will be key to growth
Microsoft may be best known for its dominant Windows product, but on Thursday Bill Gates touted software that's far afield from your basic...
Microsoft rethinks priorities
Microsoft rethinks priorities
Microsoft, the world's largest software maker, said on Monday it has settled two major antitrust disputes, ending more than a decade of challenges...
Microsoft plans new release of communication server
Microsoft plans new release of communication server
Microsoft plans a December 1 release for the latest version of its server software that aims to give companies more secure instant messaging and...
One hundred million to get Microsoft fix
One hundred million to get Microsoft fix
Microsoft released a long-awaited security update for its Windows XP program on Friday, a response to the growing number of security shortcomings...
Microsoft to buy back $30bn in stock
Microsoft to buy back $30bn in stock
Microsoft said on Tuesday it will use its massive cash reserve for a $30-billion share buyback over four years and to pay out a special dividend...
Microsoft unveils new copyright software
Microsoft unveils new copyright software
Microsoft is unveiling copyright protection software to allow rented songs or movies to be used on portable players, cellular phones and other...
Bill Gates: 'Technology will change advertising'
Bill Gates: 'Technology will change advertising'
It's time to stop taking television addicts for granted, Microsoft chairperson Bill Gates told advertising executives.
'Spammer' to pay $7m in Microsoft settlement
'Spammer' to pay $7m in Microsoft settlement
A man once accused of being one of the world's top three spammers has agreed to pay $7-million in a settlement with Microsoft, the software maker...
New Windows operating system will bring 'clarity'
New Windows operating system will bring 'clarity'
Microsoft dropped the code name Longhorn on Friday, announcing the next version of its flagship Windows operating system will be called Windows...
Microsoft releases 'critical' security patches
Microsoft releases 'critical' security patches
Microsoft released five security bulletins to fix flaws that could allow an attacker to take complete control of someone else's computer system....

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